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to send the right vehicle to the right place at the right time. Data
intelligence and machine learning constantly improve system
performance. Service providers use the platform to configure service
areas, define key performance metrics such as vehicle utilization and
wait times, and monitor services in real time.
Renovo's AWare OS allows diverse mobility technologies to work
together to enable automated vehicles to operate safely and efficiently. This is important as automated mobility providers need to
integrate with a wide range of embedded and external technologies
such as onboard sensors, cameras, 3D mapping, remote access and
control, and more. The results of Bestmile and Renovo's integration
partnership will be shown later this year in San Jose, CA, USA, when
Renovo's double-digit fleet of highly automated vehicles will be
demonstrated, managed by Bestmile, in a configuration delivering
on-demand, door-to-door robotaxi services.

Gannett Fleming Recognized as 2017 Employer of
the Year by the WTS South Florida Chapter
Gannett Fleming was recently recognized as 2017 Employer of the
Year by the WTS South Florida Chapter. The award recognizes Gannett Fleming's commitment to creating equity and access for women
in the transportation industry. The honor also acknowledges that
the firm supports its female employees' participation in professional
organizations and provides the resources to continue their education
and obtain credentials and advanced degrees.
Catalina Echeverri, PMP, project manager, is the Transportation
YOU chair and mentorship program co-chair, and Alexandra Lopez,
P.E., intelligent transportation systems engineer, is the membership
chair for the South Florida Chapter of WTS. Both are ITE members.

Gannett Fleming has actively supported WTS International since
2000 and employees participate in local chapters across the country.

Sam Schwartz Announces the Creation of its City
Strategies Service Area
Sam Schwartz Consulting, LLC (Sam Schwartz) is pleased to
announce the opening of its City Strategies service area to help cities
and public agencies turn their visions and policy goals into reality through improved organizational effectiveness, more strategic
use of data, and improved communications and messaging. Mike
Flynn, AICP, an award-winning planner and veteran of the New
York City Department of Transportation, is director of the new area.
He is supported by Ben Rosenblatt, AICP, CFA, an Associate with a
background in strategic and management consulting, along with a
broader team of planners, data scientists, and graphic designers.
Building on Sam Schwartz's industry-leading approaches to
traditional planning and engineering, which have helped a range
of cities develop and implement innovative mobility solutions,
City Strategies adds a suite of new services focused on supporting
cities as they increasingly seek to transform their transportation
systems and built environment in support of 21st-century goals
such as economic reinvestment, social equity, climate action, and
long-term resiliency. City Strategies provides targeted assistance at
all stages of urban change: from setting a clearly-defined vision to
reorganizing agency structures and processes to better deliver on
that vision, from tracking progress through performance dashboards to savvier use of data and communications to educate and
engage a diversity of stakeholders and ultimately build consensus
around change. itej

NEW PRODUCT
New UPS Provides Monitoring and Remote Control
of ITS Cabinets
Clary Corporation and Southern Manufacturing jointly announced
today the introduction of a new product merging the features of
Southern Manufacturing's successful ITS CommanderTM with Clary's
on-line double conversion UPS technology. The new product, dubbed
the Clary SP Commander 560TM, is a slim 1U system boasting power
conditioning and back-up at 560 VA in addition to remote power
management and monitoring of up to 8 ITS devices in the ITS cabinet.
The SP Commander 560's pure sine-wave output insures the
delivery of clean and fully conditioned power to the ITS cabinet.
Extended operation in the event of power loss is provided with

optional batteries. Critical ITS devices are protected from power
surges, spikes, sags, noise, and other power anomalies. At the same
time, the IP-addressable SP Commander 560 gives agencies control
of the cabinet remotely through a web interface that allows technicians to reboot and power up devices individually. Rebooting
frequently solves equipment lock-up and reduces costly maintenance calls. The monitoring capabilities of the SP Commander also
provide agencies with notifications of cabinet status and fault conditions in real-time, as well as a log for analysis and documentation.
For further information on the SP Commander 560, contact
Erik Knecht, National Sales Manager of Clary Corporation, at
eknecht@clary.com. itej

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